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Dreaming Time
By Rev. Fr. PaulMary Taiwo Otukpe

Modern scholarship thinks that there is no need to seek meanings to dreams but experience has thought us that no matter our religious orientation dreams are still meaningful and should not be dismissed as nonsense on face level due to skepticism. No matter the abuses of dream, it remains a channel through which God communicates with his people as the dream of Joseph proves today. Matthew says Joseph had a directive dream as he pondered the question of his marriage to Mary. An Angel spoke to him and relayed valuable information. It was the dream which confirmed his decision to proceed with the wedding. Numerous people of the Bible have had dreams and used them to direct their future courses of action. We may not have Angels speaking to us at night, but everyone should have some dreams which he or she would like to see fulfilled. For us a “dreaming time” can mean thinking, planning and praying about what we would like to do. We, too, trust in God’s help and then set out to make our dreams come. Prayer: Heavenly Father, we beg you to reveal yourself in our daily dreams and help us to interpret it to the glory of your name. Amen

 
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